Conferences

2017 Community Health Institute (CHI) & Expo

Manchester Grand Hyatt
San Diego, CA
August 27-29, 2017

The NACHC Com­mu­nity Health Insti­tute (CHI) and Expo is the largest annual gath­er­ing of health cen­ter clin­i­cians, exec­u­tives, con­sumer board mem­bers along with Health Cen­ter Con­trolled Net­works and Sate/Regional Pri­mary Care Asso­ci­a­tions. The con­fer­ence (August 27–29, 2017) is sched­uled to kick off in San Diego at a time when health cen­ters are front and cen­ter in the trans­for­ma­tion of health­care. Health cen­ter lead­ers are look­ing to the future focused on the med­ical and man­age­ment teams needed for tomorrow’s health­care – the col­lab­o­ra­tive part­ner­ships that can spur inno­va­tions – and the tech­nolo­gies to improve effi­ciency and cost effec­tive­ness in the deliv­ery of care.

2017 Financial, Operations Management / IT Conference

Planet Hollywood
Las Vegas, Nevada
October 25–27, 2017

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2017 PCA & HCCN Conference

Hilton Austin
Austin, TX
November 13-15, 2017

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2018 Policy & Issues Forum

Marriott Wardman Park
Washington D.C.
Conference: March 14-17, 2018
Committee Meetings: March 17-18, 2018

The Pol­icy & Issues Forum (P&I) is THE largest gath­er­ing of health cen­ter clin­i­cians, exec­u­tive direc­tors, State and Regional Pri­mary Care part­ners, board mem­bers and advo­cates on record.  This event focuses on the lat­est in state and fed­eral gov­ern­ment poli­cies affect­ing Com­mu­nity Health Cen­ters and health care for mil­lions of Amer­i­cans.

2018 Conference for Agricultural Worker Health

(Formerly National Farmworker Health Conference)

Hilton Palacio del Rio
San Antonio, TX
May 1-3, 2018

Migrant Health Cen­ters are the early pio­neers of the Health Cen­ter Move­ment. The Migrant Health Pro­gram that was writ­ten into the Pub­lic Health Ser­vice Act of 1962 set forth new think­ing in this coun­try that health care is a basic human right. It was the pre­cur­sor of major social change in a decade of the 60’s when the nation awak­ened to the poverty and hard­ship of a pop­u­la­tion for out­side the main­stream. Migrant Health Cen­ters became the model for com­mu­nity health cen­ters nation­wide with their core com­po­nents of out­reach, patient edu­ca­tion, bilin­gual ser­vices, cul­tur­ally-sen­si­tive care, and com­mu­nity action and empow­er­ment.